TESTING out a new Bar Crusher chasing some big flathead on the Mid North Coast of NSW. Read more
THE first trickle of warm water moving down the coast heralds the beginning of the land based game season, and species like longtail tuna, Spanish mackerel, kingfish and cobia start to travel down the coast of NSW.
WILD bass fishing is an addictive passion for many, and summer is a great time to get out there and target these iconic natives.
WITH one of the driest years on record across parts of Australia, Mark describes how drought affects the fish we catch and how we target them.
HIGH speed spinning with metal lures is one of the best methods to catch hard fighting inshore gamefish like longtail tuna and spanish mackerel off the rocks.
LAKE Macquarie on the NSW Central Coast is proof what a well-managed fishery can offer to rec fishos. Mark Williams provides a rundown that will hopefully help readers get amongst the great action available on this waterway.
BEN Caddaye sings the praises of Tamboon Inlet in east Gippsland, Victoria.
SUCCESSFULLY catching good numbers of golden perch means refining techniques and lure choice to develop a winning pattern.
DAVE Seaman explains why rock blackfish are in his top five favourite species...and how you can catch some for yourself.
Exmouth is full of marine life with world class landbased sport fishing right through to heavy tackle gamefishing!
THE Capricornia Cays National Park is one place that the DIY angler can pull off a breathtaking Great Barrier Reef island holiday that is both affordable and doable.
THIS article gives an update into a few new rigging developments that has helped David Green over the last year when it comes to catching flathead on lures.
CHECK out these tips from Fisho editor Scott Thomas to hook into some topwater pelagics.
OVER the past five decades some of our east and south coast dams have become famous for producing trophy fish. We tell you how to cash in on the action.
BLUESPOT flathead are a favourite light tackle species for South Australian lure fishos.